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The theory that high socioeconomic status is accompanied by assimilation was evaluated, using a sample (N=152) of Greek Americans from Cincinnati, Ohio. Several indicators of socio© conomic status and assimilation were used. Contrary to man> previous studies, the zero-order results were generally not supportive of the status-assimilation thesis. In many instances, especially in the case of «income» tvoes of status, the outcomes went reverse to expec tation. However, there was more support fotdoi:10.12681/grsr.264 fatcat:sbl27haaizcotmmldyoxrdf7iq